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  • Photo of the Day – Gerroa – 18/01/17

    Gerroa
    We’ve had some very warm days and sticky nights lately. But then it is the middle summer, so hardly unexpected. When I wandered down onto Seven Mile Beach at Gerroa last night at 7:30pm it was still about 33º which is an enjoyable temperature in which to photograph stuff. Caught up with my friend Greg and his son down on the beach – we’d both been lured by the promise of some colour in the evening sky. It didn’t pop in quite the way we were hoping and was best in the 10 minutes before sunset, but it was still a pretty good one. This morning’s coffee was courtesy of Christine – many thanks – I had a regular latte from El Gelato. Happy Woden’s Day team, see you all tomorrow. 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Gerroa – 15/01/17

    Gerroa
    Welcome to Sunday team. Firstly, thank-you for all the kind comments on the video from yesterday showcasing the vinyl photo installations at the Shoalhaven Cancer Centre. It was a great project and one that the centre is hoping to expand upon in the coming months. But, to today’s photo.
    As you guys might realise, I take a lot of photos. I have 122,890 shots in my current Lightroom catalogue and althought I consider 4,374 worthy of being shown in public, there’s still a lot of photos that get left behind. Sometimes when I’m flicking back through the catalogue I notice whole batches of photos that I either forgot edit at the time or didn’t have the technical knowledge to do a good enough job. This photo falls a little bit into both camps. It was taken at Black Head Reserve in Gerroa in 2013 as a storm moved out to sea and is four consecutive 30 second exposures layered on top of each other, depicting two minutes of time. We’ve had precious few storms through here lately, I’m not sure why, maybe climate change affects this sort of thing, but I’ll be sure to get out there if any roll past my front door again 🙂
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  • The Perfect Camera/Drone Backpack?

    Have to say, this seems like an extremely impressive backpack and I’m itching to place an order for one. I love the multi-pocket design of this and things like the side access. They also demonstrate a Phantom 4 drone being attached to the back, which is something I’ve done myself in very primitive fashion by […]

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  • Photo of the Day – 13/01/17

    George Boyd Lookout
    Morton National Park isn’t the most well known bit of countryside in Australia. This is somewhat surprising since it covers a fairly respectable 500,000 acres (the same size as the entire ACT, fact fans) and includes some stunning scenery. Couple of days ago I joined a tag-along tour by National Parks and Wildlife and explored a little bit of the park. Weather was overcast and drizzly, but the views were still stunning. This is the George Boyd lookout from which (on a clear day!) you can see the coast all the way from Jervis Bay in the north to Mollymook in the south. Enjoy your Friday team, the weekend’s just around the corner 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Warrain Beach – 11/01/17

    Warrain Beach
    How’s everyone doing this Wednesday morning? It’s an extremely warm day here in south coast NSW, forecast is for 36º before a southerly change blows through later today to cool us all off. I dodged the daytime heat by photographing the sunrise down at Warrain Beach in Culburra (check out my story feed at http://instagram.com/sublimesouth for video and footage of friendly neighbourhood seals!) and got some awesome shots. This one was about five minutes after sun-up, looking south towards Currarong. Thank-you kindly to Michelle for this morning’s coffee – I grabbed a large latte from Ritual Habitual in Culburra. Cheers team 🙂
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  • Shoalhaven Visitors Guide 2017

    Towards the end of 2016 I was involved in photographing beaches for the team at Visit Shoalhaven for the 2017 Visitors Guide. The guide has now been released and it looks terrific. There are 109 beaches in the Shoalhaven region and I photographed every last one of them for a special project called the 100 Beach Challenge. Fire […]